I really wanted to LOVE this book. Perhaps it is the narrator, whom does a good job, I just have personal issues about not being able to get into his reading. I VERY MUCH like Briggs's "Mercy Thompson" series and Lorelei King just captivates me with her reading of that series. Mercy's world is just more captivating for me, both in print and in sound. The Alpha & Omega series, especially this particular story, gets bogged down with Charles's/Brother Wolf's testosterone and jealousy. It gets to the point where I shout "ENOUGH already!!" The characters, ESPECIALLY Charles, are nearly paralyzed by his blind "needs." Over and over again the minute descriptions of every twitch of jealousy and rage really drag down this tale in the otherwise terrific world Briggs has created. Maybe just let this narrative go and concentrate on more Mercy tales?
Did not read the print version
Holter Grahm did a fantastic performance, i have enjoyed the spinoff from the mercy thompson series
Hard to explain,
I enjoyed this book the most so far from all the Alpha & Omega series. Well developed story, touching but not stupid. Way to go!!
I always enjoy this author, a fellow Washingtonian. The reader, though, gave one of the best paranormal romance performances I've heard. He did a solid job with accents, tone, and pace. I sincerely appreciate a reader who does his homework.
One of the best books in the series. I would most definitely recommend the story. If you enjoy Mistry was a bit of fantasy this is definitely the best book for you.
there were some odd moments that sounded like recording or something on the narration and it was disturbing to the experience of the story. the narrator was good but the broken/rerecorded pieces were awful.
This series is highly entertaining! Can't wait for my credits to get the next one!
Mystery was good and needing better!